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    Very realistic look at a Hollywood romance!

    Kahlen Aymes has long been on my radar, and when news of her latest book Famous was revealed, there was no one happier than me. I love stories featuring celebrities and although most celebrity relationships don't work out in the long run, I was eager to see how the subject matter was tackled. I have to say Kahlen Aymes did a great job. I couldn't wait to start reading, however everything wasn't as smooth as I'd hoped it'd be. I had a hard time figuring out where the story was going in the beginning. The prologue confused me. When I got to chapter one, that confusion didn't abate. It took me a while to connect the two and understand what was going on. As I continued reading, I realized I felt like the prologue had been taken out of the body of the story. With my confusion cleared up, I was quickly pulled into Brooklyn and Cade's story. Brooklyn really seemed like an old soul. She's just turned 18 and is starring in her first film. She's insanely attracted to her co-star, Cade and he's just as drawn to her. I could really feel how connected they were. Brooklyn was a mess when filming ended and she wasn't sure why, especially when she already had a boyfriend. I wasn't sure how old Cade was, but I liked how he showed his love and concern for Brook. The two of them were just perfect for each other. And he was sincere in his affections for her. I liked the realism of this story. You've got two Hollywood stars dealing with the drama of paparazzi, unwanted attention from hanger-ons, movie studio interference, and so much more. It really felt like Brooklyn and Caden had to struggle for every moment together and I kept wondering when the other shoe was going to drop. The book didn't end with a clear resolution, which means there is room for a sequel. There's also no cliffhanger either, so there's no need to panic. I can't wait to see what happens with Brooklyn and Caden. I have my fingers crossed it'll be smooth sailing, but I have a feeling that's not very likely.
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    Horrid writing with foolish and unimaginative dialogue between characters. Good thing this was a free e-book....I would have hated to give someone money for this mess.

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